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Discussion in 'Off Gassing' started by korsakof, Mar 8, 2019.
Galagher does look young there!
I'm currently listening to some Hungarian progressive rock - band called "After Crying", album "Creatura". Good band. May listen to "Airbag" in a while; Norwegian prog that's quite Pink Floyd influenced.
Later, I'll listen to the excellent "Brexitcast" podcast. We live in interesting times!
Royal Blood’s second album and a lot of Muse
The wife nagging....
Classic FM - it's an age thing
Not Radio3? Some great programmes on there.
That’s why we go diving, it’s the only place you can’t hear her
Five Finger Death Punch.
Pity about the Trump supporter political bollocks on the video. Sounds similar to Nickelback, Live, 3 Doors Down, Linkin Park -- the genre of "angry music". Nice to find another band like that.
Seriously? You missed the whole point of the Video in that case!
They do a massive amount to support Veterans in the US.
Didn't watch the video - was too much of a one-sided propaganda statement to have any credibility. IMHO.
Not sure what you mean about Nickelback -- their album "All the right reasons" has some similarities to FFDP, albeit less heavy.
The video is all about the mistreatment of Veterans in the US, which you'd know if you'd taken your head out of your arse and actually watched it.
Nickelback is gas station rock at best. Wrong side of Heaven is one of the softest tracks FFDP have done.
I'm more concerned about the mistreatment of our military personnel returning from various war zones -- caused through dogma and political failure. Not to mention all the refugees and other "collateral" damage this brings.
Interesting listening to FFDP; definitely heavier than Nickelback. Good tunes though even if some lyrics are interesting... Could it be compared more with Sepultura?
Not listened to Sepultura for a while. Interesting.
The idea is share links from YouTube u other platforms and enjoy the music that others play or like. Also you can know new groups or versions of some songs!.
I was in the sixth form and a fan.